Family Health Programs
- Family Planning Department Map
- Child & Adolescent Health Center Program
- Hearing Laughter, Seeing Smiles. Michigan's FREE Hearing and Vision Screening Programs
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
- Family Planning
The Michigan Family Planning Program makes available general reproductive health assessment, comprehensive contraceptive services, related health education and counseling, and referrals as needed to every citizen of the state.
- Oral Health Program Improving the oral health of Michigan residents
- Michigan Free Health Check-ups
- Maternal & Child HIV/AIDS Program
Maternal and Child HIV/AIDS Program services are aimed at achieving the best possible comprehensive care for women and children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS disease.
- Fetal-Infant Mortality Review Fetal-Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) is a process of identification and analysis of factors that contribute to fetal and infant death through chart review and interview of individual cases.
- Prenatal Smoking Cessation The Prenatal Smoking Cessation (PSC) Program is currently designed to work with pregnant smokers who are receiving health services in prenatal programs.
- Sudden Infant Death Program In October 1999, Michigan expanded the scope of its SIDS efforts to include all sudden infant death and expanded the purpose of the Michigan SIDS and Other Infant Death Program to reduce infant mortality through efforts to educate the public about the risks for SIDS and sudden infant death,
- Part C: Early On Early On is a statewide, comprehensive, coordinated interagency system of early intervention services for infants and toddlers birth to age three years with disabilities and their families.